Part Number - WD1000 ORIGINAL SUPERHITCH 17K SUPERHITCH MAGNUM 20K

Part Number - WD1000 ORIGINAL SUPERHITCH 17K SUPERHITCH MAGNUM 20K
Part Number - WD1000
IMPORTANT OWNER-OPERATOR INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
APPLICATION FITS
ORIGINAL SUPERHITCH 17K
SUPERHITCH MAGNUM 20K
REVISED BY: MWP 03.07.2012
TECH SUPPORT (800) 246-8132
AFTER INSTALL, PLEASE GIVE
THIS BOOKLET TO YOUR CUSTOMER
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Thank you for purchasing
TorkLift International Products.
SuperHitch Everest Weight Distribution Overview:
The SuperHitch Everest Weight Distribution System is
Designed to distribute the tongue weight load of your trailer (up to 2,000
Lbs Tongue Weight) over both the vehicle and trailer suspension. When
installed and adjusted properly the SuperHitch Everest Weight Distribution System accomplishes leveling your vehicle and trailer improving
your handling and braking. TorkLift’s WD1000 is unique in that it has
an adjustable Slide Collar with Chain allowing you additional flexibility
for trailer Hook Up Clip mounting locations during your installation. The
SuperHitch Everest Weight Distribution System Hook Up Clips is also
unique in that it uses Hydraulic power assist to tension the Spring Bars.
BEFORE ATTEMPTING ASSEMBLY AND OPERATION OF THIS
HIGH CAPACITY TOWING SYSTEM, PLEASE STUDY THIS
MANUAL THOROUGHLY AND PROVIDE THIS BOOKLET TO
YOUR CUSTOMER
FAILURE TO FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS IN THIS
BOOKLET MAY RESULT IN VEHICLE DAMAGE,
PHYSICAL INJURY AND/OR DEATH.
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EVEREST WD1000 INVENTORY
1- Ball Mount
1- Z-Bar Lifter
1- Bottle Jack
2- Hook up Clip
2- Slide Collar with Chain
2- Spring Bar 1.625” x 32”
2- Yoke (Pre-Installed on Ball Mount)
2- Nut - Hex 1”-8 (Pre-Installed on Ball Mount)
2- Washer - 1” Lock (Pre-Installed on Ball Mount)
2- Bolt - Hex 1”-8 x 7.5” x 2.25”T Grade 8 Zinc (Pre-Installed on Ball Mount)
4- Silicon Bronze Wear Washers (Pre-Installed on Ball Mount)
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Ball Mount
1- Bolt - Hex 1”-8 x 6” x 2.25”T Grade 8 Zinc
1- Bolt - Hex 1”-8 x 7” x 2.25”T Grade 8 Zinc
2- Angle Adjustment Square Spacer 0.5” x 4” x 4”
2- Nut - Hex Nylock 1”-8 Grade 8 Zinc
2- Washer - 1” SAE Grade 8 Zinc
2- Pin 0.375” x 2.5”
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Hook Up Clip
4- Bolt - Carriage 0.5”-13 x 3” FT Grade 8 Zinc
4- Bolt - Hex Tap 0.5”-13 x 4” FT Grade 8 Zinc
4- Lock Washers 0.5” Grade 8 Zinc
4- Nut - Hex 0.5”-13
2- Clevis pin 0.5” x 2” Wear Resistant
2- Hitch Pin Clip
4- Washer - SAE 0.5” SAE
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Slide Collar with Chain
4- Bolt - Hex 0.5”-13 x 0.75” FT Grade 8 Zinc
WP1001 - WEAR PLATE MAINTENANCE KIT (SOLD SEPARATELY)
M9010 - MAGNUM SHANK 20K (12-1/2” DROP) (SOLD SEPARATELY)
M9011 - MAGNUM XL SHANK 20K (17-1/2” DROP) (SOLD SEPARATELY)
M9009 - 25K MAGNUM BALL 1-1/4” SHANK (SOLD SEPARATELY)
M9008 - 30K MAGNUM BALL 1-1/4” SHANK (SOLD SEPARATELY)
(SUPERHITCH SOLD SEPARATELY)
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THIS WEIGHT DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM IS
USED IN CONJUNCTION WITH YOUR SUPERHITCH
MAGNUM TO OBTAIN THE MAXIMUM RATED
CAPACITY. INCORRECT INSTALLATION OF THIS
WEIGHT DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM MAY RESULT IN
DAMAGE TO YOUR VEHICLE OR PERSONAL INJURY.
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WEIGHT DISTRIBUTION
! WARNING!
FOR YOUR SAFETY AND TO PREVENT POSSIBLE DAMAGE TO YOUR VEHICLE,
DO NOT EXCEED THE MAXIMUM LOAD RECOMMENDED BY THE VEHICLE
MANUFACTURE “GVWR” OR THE GROSS VEHICLE COMBINED WEIGHT RATING
“GVCWR” (YOUR TRUCK FULLY LOADED AND YOUR TRAILER FULLY LOADED
IS YOUR GVCWR). ALTHOUGH YOUR SUPERHITCH MAY BE RATED UP TO 20,000
POUNDS, THIS CAPACITY MAY ALLOW YOU TO OVERLOAD YOUR VEHICLE
RESULTING IN INJURY OR DAMAGE. IT IS BEST TO HAVE YOUR VEHICLE AND
TRAILER WEIGHED ONCE THEY ARE COMPLETELY LOADED AND COMPARE
THAT WEIGHT TO THE MAXIMUM ALLOWED. CHECK YOUR VEHICLE OWNERS
MANUAL OR VEHICLE MANUFACTURE FOR MAXIMUM LOADS LISTED FOR
YOUR VEHICLE.
!WARNING!
1. Maximum capacity requires the use of weight distribution ball mount
with Spring bars.
2. Do not exceed your vehicles gross combined vehicle weight rating.
Check with vehicle manufacture for specifications.
3. Inspect towing system before use for wear, deformation and bolt torque
specifications possibly requiring component replacement. Don’t exceed
maximum capacity of any components. Use Safety chains of proper capacity.
Not all weight distribution systems are rated at the same capacity. Your
weight distributing ball mount and bars must be rated at least 100 lbs higher
in regards to tongue weight, than your pre-existing tongue weight of your
trailer when fully loaded.
We have supplied a formula to assist you in accurately determining the
tongue weight load of your trailer when fully loaded. After accurately determining your tongue weight and making sure that your weight distribution system is rated high enough, your next step is to ensure the set up of
the system is correct. (PAGE 19)
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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
-LOCATE AND INVENTORY ALL PARTS AND
SET ASIDE ACCORDING TO ASSEMBLYBefore you start, You will need to take several reference point measurements. Begin with measuring the stock ride height of your truck by measuring the front wheel gap. Measure from
the bottom of the fender well lip to the ground, across the center of the trucks wheel. Record
the measurement. Repeat the process for the rear fender well on the truck. Finally you will
need to determine the level top of ball height by measuring the top of the trailers coupler to
the ground after the trailer has been leveled parallel to the ground. (See Photo 3, on Page 10)
Write these numbers down for future reference and setup.
The Pre-Installed Bolt - Hex 1”-8 x 7.5” x 2.25”T Grade 8 Zinc that hold in the Silicon Bronze
Wear Washers on the Everest Ball Mount have been pre torqued to 125 ft. lbs.
1. Partial assemble the Everest Ball Mount by sliding the M9010 or M9011 Magnum Drop Shank
(sold separately) into the SuperHitch receivers, insert hitch pins. Install the trailer ball on to the
Everest Ball Mount, slide the Everest Ball Mount up or down the Magnum Drop Shank until it’s at
the nearest dimension to obtain the desired ball height and the holes line up with Magnum Drop
Shank. Insert the Bolt - Hex 1”-8 x 6” x 2.25”T Grade 8 Zinc bolt in the bottom hole first and place
one Nut - Hex Nylock 1”-8 Grade 8 Zinc Leave nut loose at this time. See Photos on page 9.
2. The top of the trucks ball height on the Everest Ball Mount must be determined. With your truck
fully loaded (if applicable) with gear and overloads adjusted, slide the Everest ball mount into the
SuperHitch. Be sure the truck is on level ground. The measurement from the ground to the top of
ball should be 1.5” - 2” higher than the level height of the trailer coupler measurement you took
earlier. FOR EXAMPLE: If your measured trailer top of coupler height in the diagram below was
17” from the ground, the trucks correct ball height should be between 18.5” and 19.” See diagram
below for proper top of trailer ball measurement.
!WARNING!
IF YOUR BALL HEIGHT MEASUREMENTS ARE INCORRECT,
DAMAGE OR FAILURE MAY OCCUR.
3. After your trucks top of ball height has been determined, write it down for future
reference.
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4. Prior to installing the upper Bolt - Hex 1”-8 x 7” x 2.25”T Grade 8 Zinc into the Everest Ball
Mount, The correct Ball Mount angle needs to be determined. Once the appropriate angle has been
determined, use the two Angle Adjustment Square Spacer 0.5” x 4” x 4” which are supplied in order
to gain the correct downward angle of the spring bars. The downward angle of the Spring Bars sets
the allowable tension of the spring bars during hook up and the correct angle will vary depending
upon your particular application. Both Angle Adjustment Square Spacer 0.5” x 4” x 4” are identical
and offer 12 different angle solutions. Place the two Angle Adjustment Square Spacer 0.5” x 4” x 4”
on each side of the Everest Ball Mount with the Bolt - Hex 1”-8 x 7” x 2.25”T Grade 8 Zinc on the
ball mount, flip and rotate as necessary in order to establish the correct angle and to acquire desired
angle of spring bar. Each angle solution can be acquired twice by flipping the Angle Adjustments
Square Spacer. Be sure that the majority of the Square Spacer is between the stops and NOT above
the top of the ball mount. Once the spring bar angle has been determined, remove the top bolt, place
one Washer - 1” SAE Grade 8 Zinc on each side, replace the Bolt - Hex 1”-8 x 7” x 2.25”T Grade 8
Zinc and Nut - Hex Nylock 1”-8 Grade 8 Zinc to secure the unit in correct position. (Torque the two
1” nuts and bolts to 250 Ft. Lbs. (After the first day of towing, check all fasteners for proper torque
specifications) See Photos on page 10, 11, & 12.
5. Prior to installing the Slide Collar with Chain, The spring bars have no left or right, top or bottom and can be inserted into either side of the Everest ball mount. Take the Spring Bar and place
the Slide Collar with Chain onto the end of the Spring Bar and slide down to safety welds. (NOTE:
Spring bar has safety welds to keep Slide Collar with Chain from coming off the end of the
Spring Bar) To insert and secure the spring bar into the Yoke, slide the bar into the Yoke until it
stops. Place the Pin 0.375” x 2.5” into the pin hole on the Yoke, rotate the Spring Bar and pull out
until the Pin 0.375” x 2.5” slides down into the Yoke. (Check to make sure the bar is secure by trying to pull the bar out and twisting) To remove the spring bars, just pull out the Pin 0.375” x 2.5 and
pull spring bar out from the Yoke. (There is a maximum of 8” from the end of the Spring Bar
in which the Slide Collar with Chain can be adjusted toward the ball mount. DO NOT EXCEED 8”) Tighten the Bolt - Hex 0.5”-13 x 0.75” FT Grade 8 Zinc on the Slide Collar with chain
after you have found the appropriate location that you will mount to. See Photo 11 on page 16, Also See
Photos on page 12, 13,& 14.
6. To find the correct location on the trailer frame for the Hook Up Clip. Start with the truck and
trailer hitched together and the trailer even and straight behind the truck. Now hold the Slide Collar
with Chain at the end of the Spring Bar so that the chain is held in a vertical position straight up and
down and free of any twist in the chain. Center the Hook up Clip on the frame and tighten. (NOTE:
There are two ways to mount the Hook Up Clips, One that is considered permanent that requires drilling and one that is adjustable) See Photo 10 and Diagram C on page 14 & 15.
* ADJUSTABLE HOOK UP CLIP INSTALLATION *
Take the hook up clip and slide it over the top of the frame in the desired location above the slide
collar with chain. Using two Bolt - Hex Tap 0.5”-13 x 4” FT Grade 8 Zinc, insert them into the
hook up clip through the threaded holes. Tighten to 35 ft. lbs once it touches the frame. Be sure to
double check the bolts as tightening one may loosen the other.
See Photo 10 and Diagram C on page 14 & 15.
* PERMANENT HOOK UP CLIP INSTALLATION *
Take the hook up clip and slide it over the top of the frame. Mark the holes in the desired location
on the outside of the frame and drill (WARNING prior to drilling check for possible electrical or
brake lines that may need relocating) using a 1/2” drill bit. Insert the two Bolt - Carriage 0.5”-13
x 3” FT Grade 8 Zinc through the previously drilled holes and hook up clip. Tighten with two Lock
Washers 0.5” Grade 8 Zinc and two Nut - Hex 0.5”-13. Torque to 50 ft. lbs.
See Photo 10 and Diagram C on page 14 & 15.
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Once the Hook up clips have been positioned and tightened, you can now secure the slide collar
with chain to the Slide Collar.
(There is a maximum of 8” from the end of the Spring Bar in which the Slide Collar with
Chain can be adjusted toward the ball mount. DO NOT EXCEED 8”) Tighten the Bolt - Hex
0.5”-13 x 0.75” FT Grade 8 Zinc on the Slide Collar with chain after you have found the appropriate location that you will mount to. Torque to 50 ft. lbs. See Photo 11 on page 16, Also See Photos on
page 12, 13 & 14.
7. You are now ready to put tension on the spring bars. Insert the Z-Bar Lifter over the end of the
Spring Bar. Place the Bottle Jack directly under the Z-Bar Lifter and engage the hydraulic lift by
using the supplied handle. (There is a specially designed cup on the Z-Bar Lifter that is designed
for the Bottle Jack’s head) Take the chain link and place between the Hook Up Clip rails. Install
one Clevis Pin 0.5” x 2” Wear Resistant with two Washer - 0.5” SAE on each side of the Hook Up
Clip rails and one Hitch Pin Clip. Release the jack to check measurements. Refer back to the measurements that were taken from the beginning of this installation and adjust the chain link to bring
you back to approximately the same measurement ratios. See Photos on page 16, 17 & 18.
:NOTE:
Due to the extreme heavy loads that the Everest Weight Distribution System endures, the
system has been designed with special replaceable Silicon Bronze Wear Washers. Depending
upon several factors, the high strength Silicon Bronze Wear Washers should be measured at
between 8,000 and 12,000 miles depending on the load applied to the system. If any part of
any one of the Wear Washer’s thickness has dropped below 0.0625” (1/16”) , all four Wear
Washers need to be replaced. Thickness dimensions below those stated here would require
the Wear Plate Maintenance Kit replacement. Overloading the system or failure to follow
proper maintenance instructions may decrease the life of the Wear Washers and cause damage to the Everest Weight Distribution System and may void your warranty.
Wear Plate Maintenance Kit Part Number - WP1001
-MAINTENANCEUse heavy lubrication such as a fiber type wheel bearing grease on the
hitch ball and on zerk fittings on the backside of the yokes. This is
Recommended every week or every 1,000 miles. Whichever comes first.
Also, keep the hitch painted to prevent rust and check the tightness of
bolts regularly. Clean out old grease and do not let it harden inside of
the ball mount. Check torque of all fasteners every 3,000 miles.
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PHOTO 1
Reciever
Magnum Shank
PHOTO 2
Magnum Shank
Bolt - Hex 1”-8 x 6” x
2.25”T Grade 8 Zinc
bolt in the bottom hole
Everest Ball Mount
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PHOTO 3
Be sure trailer is parallel
to ground.
PHOTO 4
Everest Ball Mount
Magnum Shank
Washer - 1” SAE
Grade 8 Zinc on each
side
Angle Adjustment
Square Spacer
0.5” x 4” x 4”
Nut - Hex Nylock 1”-8
Grade 8 Zinc
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Diagram A
RIGHT WAY TO INSTALL - Everest Ball Mount side view without Yokes
Angle Adjustment
Square Spacer
0.5” x 4” x 4”
Diagram B
WRONG WAY TO INSTALL - Everest Ball Mount side view without Yokes
Angle Adjustment
Square Spacer
0.5” x 4” x 4”
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PHOTO 5
Washer - 1” Grade 8
Zinc on each side
Angle Adjustment
Square Spacer
0.5” x 4” x 4”
Nut - Hex Nylock 1”-8
Grade 8 Zinc
PHOTO 6
Slide Collar with
Chain
Spring Bar
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PHOTO 7
Spring Bar
Slide Collar with
Chain
PHOTO 8
Yoke
Spring Bar
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PHOTO 9
Pin 0.375” x 2.5”
Yoke
PHOTO 10
ADJUSTABLE HOOK UP CLIP INSTALLATION
Hook up Clip
Drill these holes for PERMANENT
HOOK UP CLIP INSTALLATION
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Diagram C
Hitch Pin Clip
Clevis Pin 0.5” x 2” Wear
Resistant
Washer
- SAE 0.5” SAE
Hook up Clip
Hook Up Clip rails
Bolt - Hex Tap 0.5”-13 x
4” FT Grade 8 Zinc
Nut - Hex 0.5”-13
Bolt - Carriage 0.5”13 x 3” FT Grade 8
Zinc
Lock Washers 0.5”
Grade 8 Zinc
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PHOTO 11
There is a maximum of 8” from the end of the Spring Bar in which the Slide
Collar with Chain can be adjusted toward the ball mount. DO NOT EXCEED 8”
PHOTO 12
Z-Bar Lifter
Bottle Jack
Handle
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PHOTO 13
Hook Up Clip rails
Hook Up Clip
Clevis Pin 0.5” x 2” Wear
Resistant and other fasteners
WD FULLY ASSEMBLED
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WD FULLY ASSEMBLED
WD FULLY ASSEMBLED
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IMPORTANT CONSUMER
INFORMATION ON TOWING
TOWING EQUIPMENT OWNERS: Make sure all of the operators
of your equipment read and understand this information before towing.
Save for reference. This will help you properly select, use, and maintain
your towing equipment. Refer to your owner’s manuals for your tow vehicle, trailer, and other parts of your towing system. Learn the capabilities and limitations of each part. The GROSS TRAILER WEIGHT
and TONGUE WEIGHT are two of the most important items to consider. THESE WEIGHTS MUST NEVER EXCEED THE LOWEST
RATING OF ANY PART OF YOUR TOWING SYSTEM. GROSS
TRAILER WEIGHT is the weight of the trailer plus all cargo. Measure
the GROSS TRAILER WEIGHT with the fully loaded trailer on a level
surface. The weight is the downward force exerted on the ball by the trailer coupler. Measure the TONGUE WEIGHT with the fully loaded trailer
on a level surface. The coupler must be at its normal towing height. Use a
commercial scale or a bathroom scale. Set up the bathroom scale as shown
for heavy tongue weights.
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YOUR TOWING EQUIPMENT
HITCH BALLS
Select by gross trailer weight rating, mounting platform thickness, hole size and coupler
socket size.  Platform must be at least 3/8 inch thick.  Hole must not exceed threaded
shank diameter by more than 1/16 inch.  Use lock washer.  Tighten per instructions.  When
tightened, shank must protrude beyond bottom of nut.  Gross trailer weight rating and ball
diameter are marked on Hitch balls.
TRAILER COUPLERS
The coupler socket should be smooth, clean and lightly lubricated.  Tighten or adjust per
coupler manufacturer’s instructions.
SAFETY CHAINS
Connect safety chains properly EVERY TIME YOU TOW.  Cross chains under coupler. 
Attach securely to the hitch or tow vehicle so they can’t bounce loose.  Leave only enough
slack to permit full turning.  Too much slack may prevent chains from maintaining control
if other connections separate.  Don’t let chains drag on the road.
TRAILER LIGHTS, TURN SIGNALS,
ELECTRIC BRAKES AND BREAK AWAY SWITCH CONNECTIONS
Make these safety-critical connections EVERY TIME YOU TOW, no matter how short the
trip.  Check operation, including electric brake manual control, before getting on the road.
SWAY CONTROLS
Sway controls can lessen the effects of sudden maneuvers, wind gusts and buffeting
caused by other vehicles.  We recommend them for trailers with large surface areas, such
as travel trailers.  Adjustable friction models can help control trailers with low tongue
weight percentage.
OTHER USEFUL EQUIPMENT
AIR SPRINGS, AIR SHOCKS or HELPER SPRINGS are useful for some hitch applications.  A TRANSMISSION COOLER may be necessary for heavy towing.  Many states
require TOWING MIRRORS on both sides.
TIRE INFLATION
Check often.  Follow tow vehicle and trailer manufacturer’s recommendations.  Improper
tire inflation can cause trailer sway.
NO PASSENGERS IN TRAILERS:
NEVER allow people in trailers while towing, under any circumstances.
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HELPFUL HINTS
TRAILER LOADING
Proper loading helps prevent sway. Place heavy objects on the floor ahead of the axle.
Balance the load side-to-side. Secure it to prevent shifting. Tongue weight should be 1015 percent of gross weight for most trailers. Too low a percentage of tongue weight can
cause sway. NEVER load the trailer rear heavy. LOAD THE TRAILER HEAVIER IN
FRONT
DRIVING
The additional weight of a trailer affects acceleration, braking, and handling. Allow
extra time for passing, stopping, and changing lanes. Severe bumps can damage your
towing vehicle, hitch, and trailer. Drive slowly on rough roads. STOP AND MAKE A
THOROUGH INSPECTION IF ANY PART OF YOUR TOWING SYSTEM STRIKES
THE ROAD. CORRECT ANY PROBLEMS BEFORE RESUMING TRAVEL.
CHECK FOR EXCESSIVE SWAY AND ELIMINATE IT
Excessive sway can lead to loss of control. Sway motion should settle out quickly. Sway
tends to increase on a downgrade. Starting slowly, increase speed in gradual steps. If
sway occurs, adjust your trailer load and equipment. Repeat until the trailer is stable at
highway speed. Do this whenever your trailer loading changes.
IF TRAILER SUDDENLY STARTS TO SWAY
Turbulence from another vehicle, a wind gust, or a downgrade can cause sudden sway.
So can a shift of the trailer’s load or a trailer tire blowout. IF THE TRAILER SWAYS,
IT IS THE DRIVER’S RESPONSIBILITY TO ASSESS THE SITUATION AND
TAKE APPROPRIATE ACTION. Below are suggestions that may apply, depending on
conditions:
DO
-Reduce your speed gradually
-Hold the steering wheel as steady as possible
-If your trailer has electric brakes, apply the brakes alone, without using the tow vehicle’s brakes.
DON’T
-Don’t hit your brake pedal hard unless absolutely necessary. A “jack-knife” can result.
-Don’t try to steer out of the sway condition. Sudden or violent steering can make it
worse.
-Don’t speed up. Sway increases as you go faster.
-Don’t continue towing a trailer that tends to sway. You may lose control during an
emergency maneuver or if the conditions listed above occur.
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INSTRUCTIONS FOR FINISH MAINTENANCE
OF TORKLIFT PRODUCTS
POWDER COATED STEEL:
To keep your Torklift products looking good follow these guidelines. All
steel powder coated Torklift products are sandblasted for maximum adhesion and use a high quality industrial urethane based powder coat. Due
to the extreme, harsh, under car environment that your Torklift products
live in, (consistently sprayed with corrosive road chemicals such as salt,
and road debris), Torklift does not warranty the power coated finish.
To minimize corrosion from these factors on powder coated steel products, Torklift recommends regularly cleaning and inspecting the powder
coated surface and touching up any affected areas with an enamel or
urethane based aerosol paint product. If there are any areas of surface
rust, there are also aerosol spray rust converters available on the market
that can be used as a preparation to touch-up paint application. These
finish maintenance products are available at any automotive parts supplier.
POLISHED STAINLESS STEEL :
Torklift utilizes quality grade 304 stainless steel in our stainless steel
polished products. 304 stainless steel is well known for its anti-corrosive properties. However, in some environments such as coastal regions or when coming in contact with some road chemicals, corrosion
may occur.
For a quick clean simply use WD40 and a cloth rag. We also recommend occasional polishing of our polished stainless products to maintain their attractive finish. Use an approved stainless steel chrome or
aluminum mag wheel polish cleaning product which can be purchased
from any automotive parts supplier.
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TORKLIFT LIMITED WARRANTY
322 N RAILROAD AVE, KENT, WA 98032
(800) 246-8132
WWW.TORKLIFT.COM
LIMITED WARRANTY
TorkLift warrants its hitches, custom hitch receivers, frame mounted tiedowns
and FastGun Turnbuckles from date of purchase against defects in material and
workmanship under normal use and service, ordinary wear and tear excepted,
for the ownership life of the original consumer purchaser. TorkLift will replace
FREE OF CHARGE any part which proves defective in material or workmanship when presented to TorkLift, TRANSPORTATION CHARGES PREPAID,
at the address above. THIS WARRANTY IS LIMITED TO DEFECTIVE
PARTS REPLACEMENT ONLY. LABOR CHARGES AND/OR DAMAGE
INCURRED IN INSTALLATION OR REPLACEMENT AS WELL AS INCIDENTAL AND CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES CONNECTED THEREWITH
ARE EXCLUDED. This warranty does not include the finish or paint
on our products. Rusting, cracking or peeling of the finish is also excluded.
Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitation or exclusion may not apply to you. Any
damage to the hitch, custom hitch receiver or frame mounted tiedowns as a result
of misuse, abuse, neglect, accident, improper installation or any use violative
of instructions furnished by us WILL VOID THE WARRANTY. This warranty
gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have rights which vary from
state to state. With warranty service or performance, you may be able to go to a
small claims court, a state court or a federal district court.
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KENT, WA 98032
PHONE (800) 246-8132
FAX
(253) 854-8003
OR VISIT OUR WEBSITE: WWW.TORKLIFT.COM
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has been serving the RV industry for nearly 40 years and
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